April 2004
Worldwide Biotech;Apr2004, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the research collaboration between Abbott Laboratories and Europroteome AG for the discovery of in vitro diagnostic tests for the early detection of breast cancer for use on Abbott's automated instrument systems. Goal of the program; Terms of the agreement; Expectations of Edward L. Michael, president of Abbott Molecular Diagnostics, on the collaboration.


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